Mickey Hart Band Live at Kempton Community Center on 2013-05-11
1st Set (60:46)
*Samson and Delilah
Cut The Deck
West LA Fadeaway>
This One Hour
China Cat Sunflower>
I Know You Rider
2nd Set (119:36)
Playing In The Band
Who Stole The Show
I Can Tell You More
The Other One>
Mountains Of The Moon
*with African Show Boyz
Collection MickeyHartBandBand/Artist Mickey Hart BandVenue Kempton Community CenterLocation Kempton, PASource AudienceLineage AKG568Cebs<LunatecV3>MarantzPMD671>CF>WAVE>CDeditor>FLAC>TLH 16bit/44.1khzTaped by Bill GoldbergTransferred by Bill Goldberg
Recorded at the soundboard mics at 8ft hight
Mystery Train and African Show Boyz opened the show while African Show Boyz were playing there last song the Mickey Hart Band Came on stage and started the first set. Thats why it starts with drums right away.
On the setlist The Other One was listed as being played before Mountains Of The Moon and after, but was played before Mountains Of The Moon, not after, Drone and Iko Iko were on the setlist but not played.
Special Thanks to The Kempton Community Center and The Mickey Hart Band for allowing us to record and share the music.
May 15, 2013
Thanks very much for this .... sounds very nice. Seeing MHB in Boston this Sunday ( 5-19-13 ). Really looking forward to it
May 13, 2013
Thanks for sharing
Thanks for sharing this recording. I saw MickeyHart Band in Norfolk, VA last week (show 221 of Grateful Dead and/or Dead member bands since 1989). I am just about to leave home to go to the Easton, MD MHB show tonight. TI will be listening to this on my way there.
Thanks so much for recording and uploading.
May 13, 2013
Carrying the torch
Oh this is sweet. The sound could be better but I'm not complaining. Thanks so much for taping and sharing this. I have tix to see the band tonight in Easton, Maryland in a small theater 20 minutes from home. I would have gladly driven to Washington or Philly to see this band, so I am really charged up in anticipation of their show in my own back yard.
I have enormous respect and admiration for Mickey Hart and what he is doing to preserve and promote all kinds of music, and to get this great sound together and take it on the road, and for sure to move forward the legacy of the Grateful Dead in a new way.